Change in the management of Seaports of Niedersachsen GmbH

Oldenburg, 30.01.2024 - The responsibilities at the Marketinggesellschaft der niedersächsischen Seehäfen will change at the beginning of the year. The previous Managing Director Andre Heim is leaving the company on 31.03.24 at his own request to take on a new role.

Dutch embassy on a "flying visit" to the port of Emden

A delegation from the Dutch Embassy in Berlin, led by Henk Snoeken, Counsellor for Infrastructure, showed great interest in the port of Emden and its development prospects during a visit to Emden, which was also attended by Dr. Claas Brons, Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

J. MÜLLER publishes sustainability report for the first time

For more than 200 years, J. MÜLLER has been highly committed to innovation. In keeping with the company's motto "On course for the changing times". With the voluntary, proactive publication of its first sustainability report, the port service provider now also wants to actively communicate on the topic of sustainability.

IHK and EHFG demand more money from the federal government for ports

During a visit by Christian Dürr, Chairman of the FDP parliamentary group in the German Bundestag, the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for East Frisia and Papenburg and the Emder Hafenförderungsgesellschaft e. V. (EHFG) campaigned for more money from the federal government for the ports in the IHK district.

"German Ports" present themselves in Singapore

For three days from today, the ports of Bremen, the Port of Hamburg and the ports of Lower Saxony will have a permanent address in Singapore: the northern German ports will be guests there under the umbrella brand "German Ports" with a joint stand at transport logistic Southeast Asia.

Emden port industry at National Martimer Conference in Bremen

At the end of the week, a broad-based delegation with representatives from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for East Frisia and Papenburg and from the Emder Hafenförderungsgesellschaft e. V. (EHFG) took part in the two-day National Maritime Conference in Bremen.

Niedersachsens seaports are ready for the energy transition

For the 31st time, around 250 participants from business, politics and administration met today for the Niedersächsischen Ports Day. A panel discussion on the topic of "Niedersachsens seaports - for the energy world of tomorrow" with Niedersachsens Minister of Economics Olaf Lies and high-ranking representatives from business and science rounded off the official program.